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Life PROBO PR70 Instructions For Installation, Use And Maintenance Manual 10 Pages




Life PROBO PR70 Instructions For Installation, Use And Maintenance Manual 10 Pages


Life PROBO PR70 Instructions For Installation, Use And Maintenance Manual 10 Pages




The Life PROBO PR70 is an irreversible electro-mechanical operator for sectional and up-and-over doors. It is designed to automate doors with a maximum weight of 120 kg and a maximum surface of 12 m2. It can be installed on either side of the door, depending on the direction of opening. It has a compact and elegant design that blends well with any environment.


This article will summarize the main features and instructions for installation, use and maintenance of the Life PROBO PR70, based on the official manual. For more details and information, please refer to the full manual available online.


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Technical Data




The technical data of the Life PROBO PR70 are as follows:



Power supply230 V AC - 50/60 Hz


Motor power supply24 V DC


Absorbed power200 W


Absorbed current1 A


Thermal protection150 C


Operating temperature-20 C / +55 C


Protection degreeIP 20


Traction force700 N


Max door weight120 kg


Max door surface12 m2


Cycle time (opening/closing)15 s / 15 s (for a door of 2.5 m height)


Duty cycle (opening/closing)50% / 50%



Installation




The installation of the Life PROBO PR70 requires some preliminary checks and measurements, as well as the following tools and accessories:



  • A drill with bits for concrete and metal.



  • A screwdriver.



  • A spirit level.



  • A tape measure.



  • A pencil.



  • A wrench.



  • A hammer.



  • A pair of pliers.



  • A pair of scissors.



  • A pair of wire strippers.



  • A set of screws, washers, nuts and bolts.



  • A set of cable ties and clips.




The installation steps are as follows:


  • Determine the position and direction of the operator on the ceiling, according to the type and size of the door. Make sure there is enough space for the operator and the door movement. Mark the position of the fixing holes on the ceiling with a pencil.



  • Drill the fixing holes on the ceiling with a drill bit suitable for concrete. Insert the expansion plugs into the holes. Fix the operator to the ceiling with screws, washers and nuts. Use a spirit level to check that the operator is horizontal.



  • Determine the position and direction of the rail on the operator, according to the type and size of the door. Make sure there is enough space for the rail and the door movement. Mark the position of the fixing holes on the rail with a pencil.



  • Drill the fixing holes on the rail with a drill bit suitable for metal. Fix the rail to the operator with screws, washers and nuts. Use a spirit level to check that the rail is horizontal.



  • Determine the position and direction of the trolley on the rail, according to the type and size of the door. Make sure there is enough space for the trolley and the door movement. Mark the position of the fixing holes on the trolley with a pencil.



  • Drill the fixing holes on the trolley with a drill bit suitable for metal. Fix the trolley to the rail with screws, washers and nuts. Use a spirit level to check that the trolley is vertical.



  • Determine the position and direction of the arm on the trolley, according to the type and size of the door. Make sure there is enough space for the arm and the door movement. Mark the position of the fixing holes on the arm with a pencil.



  • Drill the fixing holes on the arm with a drill bit suitable for metal. Fix the arm to the trolley with screws, washers and nuts. Use a spirit level to check that the arm is aligned with the door.



  • Determine the position and direction of the bracket on the door, according to the type and size of the door. Make sure there is enough space for the bracket and the door movement. Mark the position of the fixing holes on the bracket with a pencil.



  • Drill the fixing holes on the bracket with a drill bit suitable for metal. Fix the bracket to the door with screws, washers and nuts. Use a spirit level to check that the bracket is aligned with the arm.



  • Connect the arm to the bracket with a pin and a cotter pin. Make sure that the pin is securely inserted and that the cotter pin is bent to prevent it from falling out.




Wiring and Connections




The wiring and connections of the Life PROBO PR70 require some preliminary checks and precautions, as well as the following tools and accessories:



  • A screwdriver.



  • A pair of pliers.



  • A pair of scissors.



  • A pair of wire strippers.



  • A set of cable ties and clips.



  • A set of electrical wires and connectors.




The wiring and connections steps are as follows:


  • Disconnect the power supply from the mains before performing any wiring or connection operation. Make sure that there is no voltage present in any part of the system.



  • Remove the cover of the operator by unscrewing the four screws on each side. Locate the terminal board inside the operator. Refer to the wiring diagram on page 7 of the manual for more details.



  • Connect a three-wire cable from the mains to terminals L, N and PE on the terminal board. Use cable ties and clips to secure and organize the cable. Make sure that there is no strain or tension on the cable.



  • Connect a two-wire cable from terminals 1 and 2 on the terminal board to terminals A1 and A2 on an external photocell device (optional). Use cable ties and clips to secure and organize the cable. Make sure that there is no strain or tension on the cable.



  • Connect a two-wire cable from terminals 3 and 4 on the terminal board to terminals B1 and B2 on an external flashing light device (optional). Use cable ties and clips to secure and organize the cable. Make sure that there is no strain or tension on the cable.



  • Connect a two-wire cable from terminals 5 and 6 on the terminal board to terminals C1 and C2 on an external push-button device (optional). Use cable ties and clips to secure and organize the cable. Make sure that there is no strain or tension on the cable.



  • Connect a two-wire cable from terminals 7 and 8 on the terminal board to terminals D1 and D2 on an external radio receiver device (optional). Use cable ties and clips to secure and organize the cable. Make sure that there is no strain or tension on the cable.



  • Reconnect the power supply to the mains after performing all wiring or connection operations. Make sure that there is no short circuit or overload in any part of the system.



  • Replace the cover of the operator by screwing the four screws on each side. Make sure that there is no loose or exposed wire in any part of the system.



Declaration of Conformity




The declaration of conformity of the Life PROBO PR70 states that:


The manufacturer LIFE S.r.l., Via G.B.Vico, 4 - 36010 Zanè (VI) declares that the product PROBO PR70 is an irreversible electro-mechanical operator for sectional and up-and-over doors, in compliance with the essential requirements of the following directives: - 2014/35/EU Low Voltage Directive - 2014/30/EU Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive - 2006/42/EC Machinery Directive - 2011/65/EU RoHS Directive - 2012/19/EU WEEE Directive and the following harmonized standards: - EN 60335-1:2012+A11:2014 Safety of household and similar electrical appliances - Part 1: General requirements - EN 60335-2-95:2002+A1:2008 Safety of household and similar electrical appliances - Part 2-95: Particular requirements for drives for vertically moving garage doors for residential use - EN 61000-6-2:2005 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 6-2: Generic standards - Immunity for industrial environments - EN 61000-6-3:2007+A1:2011 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 6-3: Generic standards - Emission standard for residential, commercial and light-industrial environments The declaration of conformity is dated and signed by the legal representative of the manufacturer.


Use and Operation




The use and operation of the Life PROBO PR70 are simple and intuitive, thanks to the user-friendly control panel and the remote control devices. The user can perform the following functions:


  • Open and close the door manually or automatically, using the push-button, the radio transmitter or the photocell.



  • Adjust the opening and closing speed, force and time, using the potentiometers on the control panel.



  • Set the automatic closing function, using the dip switch on the control panel.



  • Enable or disable the obstacle detection function, using the dip switch on the control panel.



  • Program up to 64 radio transmitters, using the learn button on the control panel.



  • Reset the system to factory settings, using the reset button on the control panel.



The user can also monitor the status and performance of the system, using the LED indicator


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